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Will someone who has a 954 manual please tell me what the voltage range is for the throttle position sensor. I know the 929 voltage range is 4.5-5.5V. I am having issues with swapping the 929 throttle bodies with the 954 ones and I can't get it tuned right until I get this problem fixed. What would really help me is the two or three pages on how to measure and inspect the 954 TP sensor.

Thanks ahead of time, Matt
 

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Will someone who has a 954 manual please tell me what the voltage range is for the throttle position sensor. I know the 929 voltage range is 4.5-5.5V. I am having issues with swapping the 929 throttle bodies with the 954 ones and I can't get it tuned right until I get this problem fixed. What would really help me is the two or three pages on how to measure and inspect the 954 TP sensor.

Thanks ahead of time, Matt
They're the same.
Is there some reason you think they would be different?
What issues are you having?
Unless the TPS has been moved I can't imagine you need to adjust it.
 

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The 954 TPS is riveted to the throttle bodies (non-adjustible) so I thought it was not good information I recieved. I had swapped throttle bodies (simple install) and headed to the dyno. A few minutes into it the guy running the dyno said the tps was not set right. He told me that he could adjust the powercommander to compensate a little bit but the tps had to be set in the ecu for him to the custom tune spot on. The 929 tps has two bolts on the outside you can loosen to adjust to the right voltage. I am just tryin to compare voltages because before it was all good no problems.
 

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The 954 TPS is riveted to the throttle bodies (non-adjustible) so I thought it was not good information I recieved. I had swapped throttle bodies (simple install) and headed to the dyno. A few minutes into it the guy running the dyno said the tps was not set right. He told me that he could adjust the powercommander to compensate a little bit but the tps had to be set in the ecu for him to the custom tune spot on. The 929 tps has two bolts on the outside you can loosen to adjust to the right voltage. I am just tryin to compare voltages because before it was all good no problems.
Unless you want to drill out the rivets and tap the holes for bolts I wouldn't worry about it.
 
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